WSBA kicks off its Listening Tour on June 11
In an ongoing effort to listen and engage with WSBA members across the state, WSBA President Steve Crossland and Executive Director Paula Littlewood are hitting the road and traveling around the state. They’ll make stops in Spokane, Clarkston, Lyle, South Bend and Port Townsend, ending in Seattle with a special member luncheon.
You may recall that President Crossland asked for email input on two questions following the referendum vote. He said he’d randomly draw 10 members from those who responded and invite them to lunch for further discussion. That lunch will occur on June 14.
These “listening stops” are your opportunity to ask questions, share ideas and offer comments as WSBA seeks to ensure the bar of the future best meets your needs, the needs of the profession and the public it serves.
All members are welcome to attend any of the scheduled visits occurring June 11-13. Your input matters, and we hope you’ll join President Crossland and Executive Director Paula Littlewood at a stop near you. View all locations on a map.
June 11, 2 p.m. – SpokaneCity Hall – Conference Room 2A - 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd.
June 11, 6 p.m. – ClarkstonTomato Brothers Italian Steakhouse, 200 Bridge Street, Clarkston
June 12, noon – EphrataGrant County Law & Justice Center Multipurpose Room, 2nd floor
June 12, 6 p.m. – LyleLyle Hotel, 7th Street
June 13, noon – South BendChen’s Restaurant, 206 E. Robert Bush Drive
June 13, 6 p.m. – Port TownsendSilverwater Cafe, Studio 49 – Top Floor, 237 Taylor Street
June 14, noon – SeattleSpecial invitation-only lunch for 10 members who provided feedback to President Crossland following the referendum vote.
While not required, an RSVP is appreciated by sending an email to Debra Carnes, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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